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  • Contempt of Court

    Why in News Recently, the Supreme Court of India suo moto initiated the proceedings for criminal contempt of court against lawyer-activist Prashant...

    27 Jul 2020 Judiciary

  • Refusal of Rajasthan Speaker’s Plea by Supreme Court

    Why in News Recently, the Supreme Court (SC) has refused Rajasthan Assembly Speaker’s plea to stop the State’s High Court from deciding...

    25 Jul 2020 Judiciary

  • Plea Bargaining

    Why in News Several citizens of various countries, who were accused of violating visa conditions and government guidelines following the Covid-19...

    24 Jul 2020 Judiciary

  • Rajya Sabha Members Facing Criminal Charges

    Why in News According to an analysis by the Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR), about 24% of the sitting Rajya Sabha members have declared...

    24 Jul 2020 Judiciary

  • Appointment of Government Servants as Gram Panchayat Administrator

    Why in News Recently, the Bombay High Court passed an interim order directing that a government servant of the local authority be appointed as an...

    23 Jul 2020 Judiciary

  • Important Articles from Indian Constitution : Compilation Part II

    THE UNION JUDICIARY Article 124 - Establishment and constitution of the Supreme Court. Context -  The Supreme Court has ruled that the...

    21 Jul 2020 Judiciary

  • Challenge to Anti Defection Law

    Why in News Recently, the 19 rebel MLAs of Rajasthan's ruling party (Congress) have filed a petition before the High Court challenging the...

    18 Jul 2020 Judiciary

  • Dichotomy in Animal Sacrifice: SC

    Why in News Recently, the Supreme Court has issued a notice to the Kerala government on a plea challenging the Kerala Animals and Birds Sacrifices...

    17 Jul 2020 Judiciary

  • Important Articles from Indian Constitution : Compilation Part I

    Introduction The Constitution of India contains 395 articles in 22 parts. It also contains 12 schedules. Since its adoption in 1949, it has been...

    16 Jul 2020 Judiciary

  • Extra-judicial Killings

    Why in News Recently, Vikas Dubey, a gangster was killed by the Uttar Pradesh Police in an encounter (extra-judicial killing). However, many experts...

    11 Jul 2020 Judiciary

  • Committee on Criminal Law Reform

    Why in News Recently, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has constituted a national level committee for reform in criminal law. Key...

    01 Jul 2020 Judiciary

  • Speaker and Anti-Defection Law

    Why in News The ruling party crisis in Manipur has raised questions on the Speaker’s powers to disqualify under the Constitution. Key...

    24 Jun 2020 Judiciary

  • Secrecy of Ballot

    Why in News In a recent judgement, the Supreme Court has held that secrecy of ballot is the cornerstone of free and fair elections. The choice of...

    22 Jun 2020 Judiciary

  • Inclusion of Reservation Laws in Ninth Schedule

    Why in News Recently, a Union Minister emphasised the need to include all reservation-related laws in the Ninth Schedule of Constitution so that...

    13 Jun 2020 Judiciary

  • Online Dispute Resolution

    Why in News Recently, the NITI Aayog, in association with Agami and Omidyar Network India, brought together key stakeholders in a virtual meeting...

    08 Jun 2020 Judiciary

  • Misuse of Criminal Defamation Law: Madras HC

    Why in News Recently, the Madras High Court has held that public servants and constitutional functionaries cannot be allowed to misuse the law of...

    27 May 2020 Judiciary

  • Constitutional Morality

    Introduction According to Dr. Ambedkar, Constitutional morality would mean effective coordination between conflicting interests of different...

    14 May 2020 Judiciary

  • Annulment of Election of MLA

    Why in News The Gujarat High Court has set aside the election of a BJP leader in 2017 on grounds of “corrupt practice” and...

    13 May 2020 Judiciary

  • Strict vs Absolute Liability Principle

    Why in News Recently, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) found LG Polymers prima facie liable under the strict liability principle for the Vizag gas...

    09 May 2020 Judiciary

  • Anti-corruption Law Covers Deemed Universities

    Why in News The Supreme Court has held that bribery and corruption in a deemed university can be tried under the Prevention of Corruption Act,...

    29 Apr 2020 Judiciary

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